The event, which is open to the public, is free with a UST ID. Guest tickets cost $3.
Witness as a child to civil war in his native Africa, Obang Okello will speak Wednesday about his struggles and how his faith sustained him.
Tomorrow’s CultureLink Tea is the latest in a series of monthly presentations that feature different countries.
Designed for players ages 7 to 18, the camp will be held June 17-20 at UST.
Extra canvases will be available for students who want to paint and contribute to the student-art exhibit.
Joe Keeley ’03 founded his successful College Nannies & Tutors company when he was a college “man-ny.” The business did $10 million in revenue this year.
Dr. Terry Flower, professor of physics and astronomy at St. Catherine University, will give a presentation May 4. His talk will be followed with a response by UST’s Dr. Philip Rolnick.
Patrick Tierney and Michael Morehead are tomorrow’s speakers.
Women’s studies majors and minors who are graduating in May will be honored along with undergraduate and graduate students who received fellowships for research on topics related to women.
Tickets include admission, the Omnitheater and the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to sleep outside in boxes and tents to experience a night in the life of homelessness.
See the play in Frey Theater at St. Kate’s tonight and on Sunday afternoon. Or, see it Saturday morning at the East Lake Street Library in Minneapolis or Saturday afternoon at the Merriam Park Library in St. Paul.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to this presentation by Linda Finley and Stephen Beise of Trissential, a business consulting firm.
The Friday, April 30, event will include six Wii games and prizes for the winners.
Join the team as a Tommie ambassador, an admissions tour guide, a student communicator or an admissions intern.
Donations of old T-shirts and jeans are needed by April 26. All donors will be entered in a drawing to win one of 50 coupons for a free drip coffee from Coffee Bené.